When Apple will announce a new iPad Pro
Apple will unveil a new 10.5-inch iPad Pro this week, and the latest rumors point to the tablet being launched sometime in October.
But what exactly does this tablet look like?
And what does it actually offer?
We recently reported that Apple will debut a 10.7-inch Apple iPad Pro in October, which would make the device a bit larger than its current size, and it would also be the first iPad Pro to feature a USB-C port.
However, that doesn’t mean that it will be a truly 10.0-inch tablet.
The iPad Pro is expected to launch with a new design and “a completely new, entirely new form factor,” according to sources.
According to a new report from MacRumors, the new iPad Pros will be powered by an upgraded version of the company’s A10 Fusion chip, which has been rumored to power some of Apple’s upcoming products.
The chip is built on a process called Krait, which allows the processor to be upgraded on a yearly basis.
This is in contrast to Apple’s previous, more powerful A10 chip, and will make it the first 10.1-inch device to feature Krait.
Accordingly, Apple will likely be introducing the new 10-inch Pro at the WWDC keynote on September 24.
However in the meantime, the rumors are speculating that the iPad Pro will be unveiled at an event on October 13, with the unveiling likely to be streamed live on Apple’s official website.
The new iPad will be available in a few different configurations, including a 13-inch model, a 16-inch and a 24-inch, according to MacRumor.
The iPad Pro, however, is expected the same as the current model, which uses a 4.7GHz dual-core Intel Core i7 processor.
The new model should feature a Retina display, a faster processor, and an improved battery life.
It is also rumored to have a “more efficient” Wi-Fi chip, meaning the new model will feature a smaller chip that can use more power.
Apple’s iPad Pro launch could coincide with a major event for the company, which is set to kick off the company and Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in early 2018.
The event is scheduled to kick-off at 12:01 a.m.
ET on Thursday, May 3.
Apple has been teasing its new iPad line since early 2017, when it introduced the iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 2 in September 2017.
The two new iPads are powered by the company\’s upcoming new A10 processor, which features a new process called “Krait” that makes it possible for the processor and GPU to be updated annually.
According To MacRumormedia, Apple plans to introduce the new iPads at WWDC, which will kick off at 12 a.c. on Thursday.